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    8 Gp Web Publication Workshop V03 8 Gp Web Publication Workshop V03 Presentation Transcript

    • 8 th Grade Project The Walker School Brian Surkan
    • Web 2.0 Publication Options
      • Weblogs (blogs)
      • Wikis
      • Web Site
      • Video Sharing
      • File Sharing
      • Photo Sharing
      • Podcasting
      • Shared Calendar
      • Social Networking
      • Shared Bookmarks
      • Analytics / Metering
      • Syndication / Subscription
    • Weblogs (Blogs)
      • Usually updated and maintained by very few users
      • Electronic Journaling (reverse-chronological order)
      • May contain embedded multimedia
      • syndication – subscribe to dynamic summaries
      • Linkbacks – automatic citation notifications
      • Comments may be allowed on posts
      • Links, archives, and search functions often supported
      • Often lacks file storage space
      • Examples: walker8gp / surkanstance / mises.org blog
      • Free hosts: Blogger / WordPress / Edublogs / blog.com
    • Wikis
      • Many users, even millions, may contribute
      • Registered users can overwrite the changes of others
      • Version histories usually kept of changes
      • Shared Web pages with distributed contribution
      • Flexible structure and layout
      • Often files may be uploaded and stored on the wiki
      • Examples: Wikipedia / Our Lost Children
      • Free hosts: Wikispaces / pbworks
    • Internet File Sharing
      • Files can be very server space intensive
      • Syndication of individual files often supported
        • Word/Excel/PowerPoint: docs.google.com / Skydrive
        • Slides: sliderocket.com / slideshare.net / authorstream
        • Podcasts: podbean / mypodcast.com
        • Video: Vimeo / YouTube / Yahoo Video
        • Photos: Flikr / Webshots / Snapfish / Shutterfly
      • Online file creation and editing sometimes supported
      • Entire Workspaces can be shared
        • Workspaces: http://workspace.officelive.com/
    • File Format Selection
      • Make it simple and intuitive to see/use your files
      • Minimize new windows and download warnings
      • Embed wherever appropriate
      • Protect yourself from inappropriate borrowing
        • Restricted PDFs for view only documents
        • Avoid editable files when possible
        • Set file security privileges appropriately
      • Save editable files in universal formats
        • E.g., use Office 2003 rather than Office 2007 formats
    • Shared Calendars
      • Calendars may be shared globally or to named users
        • All details OR only availability can be shared
        • Separate view and editing privileges
      • Versatile viewing
        • Many languages
        • Multiple layouts: day / week / month / 4 days / agenda
      • Synchronize w/ offline calendars like Outlook / iPhone
      • Multiple calendars may be overlayed
        • E.g., MS Students / MS Faculty / 8GPA / 8GPC / Personal
      • E-mail / Text message reminders may be scheduled
    • Social Networking
      • Multi-media document / idea / status sharing
      • Topic-related associations / groups / fan clubs
      • Business contacts: linkedin / plaxo
      • Personal contacts:
        • Facebook – likely most popular
        • MySpace – Similar to Facebook
        • Live Spaces – Less intense sharing site by Microsoft
        • Ning.com – More secure, less public alternative
      • Useful for keeping in touch with friends / contacts
    • General Web Site
      • More control of content placement than blogs / wikis
      • Can have a variety of components – including blogs
      • Home/Main page
        • Introduces purpose of site (e.g., Abstract)
        • Sets the tone of the site / look and feel
        • Usually fits within a 800 x 600 browser window
        • Links to subsections of site
      • Clear navigation to most common user areas
        • Minimal “clicks” to perform common tasks
      • Main sections usually presented as tabs on top or left
      • Free providers: webs.com / weebly.com / yola.com
    • Social Bookmarking
      • Submit your bookmarks / favorites
      • All users of the social bookmarking site add tags
        • Tags associated with the various links
        • Often in the form of a tag cloud with varying font sizes
      • Enables navigation by tag/topic rather than by URL
        • Uses proximity and contrast to indicate relationships
      • Free options: delicious
    • Web Analytics / Metering
      • Monitor site usage over time
      • Determine how people find your site
        • Search engines
        • Prior Web site URLs
      • Track where users go after visiting your site
        • Make purchases?
        • View related material?
      • Much more sophisticated than visitor counters
      • Free analytics: Google Analytics / SiteMeter / Yahoo
    • Web Syndication / Subscription
      • Web sites embed content from other sites
        • E.g., movies, documents, headlines, images, ads
        • Often via RSS/ATOM feeds using this symbol:
        • Also via simple cross-referenced HTML / embedded code
        • Syndicating sites provide their content in XML feeds
      • Subscribing sites format the feeds to their taste
      • Can be added to web site using an HTML feed reader
      • Feedburner services: feedsweep.com / feedburner.com